MMHA Registration to close on September 7, 2020, News (Milton Minor Hockey)

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MMHA Registration to close on September 7, 2020
Submitted By Tanya Croke on Thursday, September 3, 2020
Due to our reduced registration limits and the demand for the spots available we will be closing registration as of 11:59 pm on Monday September 7, 2020. We are already at capacity for a lot of our age groups and are working hard to find spots for players already on the current waiting list.      

We encourage you to register your player ASAP, because if there is a waiting list, players will be registered based on the time they completed their waitlist application.   Please ensure you register in the proper category because if you do not, you will be removed from the registration list and you will have to re-register.

If the program you are trying to register is full, you need to fill out the waitlist form on our website.

Here is a reminder as to which category you should register in:  
If you were rostered (this does not include players AP’d to a Rep team who played in house league) on a MMHA AA to MD team in the 2019-2020 season you are to register under the Returning Rep Player category.  

If you played outside of the MMHA in the 2019-2020 season, no matter the level played, you are to register under the House league program.  

If you were registered with the MMHA in the 2019-2020 season and played house league (including those who played Rostered Select) you will register under the house league program.  

If you have already received confirmation that you will be playing with a AAA team in the 2020-2021 season but need to register with your home center to obtain permission to play, please register under rostered 2019 AAA players not returning to Milton.  

It is great to see the response to hockey’s return in Milton. As mentioned in our Return to Play documents we will be needing coaches and trainers in our house league program to handle the increased number of teams required due to the smaller roster sizes (10 per team). If you are interested in returning as a coach/trainer for the upcoming season or wish to join the ranks of our coaches/trainers for the upcoming season please reach out to Tracy Gaetan at [email protected] or
Art Lucas at [email protected]interhawks.com .  

MMHA Board of Directors      
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